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One of the first photo sharing websites, founded in 1999. It was acquired by Kodak in 2001 and renamed the Kodak EasyShare Gallery in 2005 (www.kodakgallery.com). See photo sharing site.
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Later, she started Ofoto, a digital photography company that heralded the camera phone movement and was bought out by Kodak.
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Years back, I started to utilize ofoto to store my pictures--what a great service with its ability to share your photos immediately with others.
Where: Kodakgallery (previously Ofoto), Snapfish, Photobucket.
The assigned cases included America Online (AOL), Classmates, Ofoto, and Dell Computer.
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It was born of my experience with a company called Ofoto, which is now part of Kodak [EasyShare Gallery].
Other popular free and fee-based sites include Photobucket, Photosite, Picasa, Snapfish, Shutterfly, and the Kodak EasyShare Gallery, formerly known as Ofoto. Some of these also allow users to purchase photographs in booklets and albums.
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